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Monthly Archives: January 2010

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Work Outfit of the Week. 2.

I just discovered this website. Polyvore. Kind of  a weird name? You can create outfits so easily! This weeks outfit will help you become the office sweetheart. That’s if you’re a girl I mean. Wearing this as a guy would be a BAD idea. P.S.

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DIY: I Heart Clips

Can you see the hearts? Or are you too distracted by Yosemite National Park? These hearts made from paper clips are so cute! What a great idea. I got it from How About Orange. Her hearts are adorable. I wish I had red or pink

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Staples with Tracking Devices.

Sounds scary right? Don’t worry, staples are still for paper. Swingline has come up with a new idea for staples with RFID (radio frequency identification tags.) So when you’re rummaging through giant stacks of paper looking for a report or wondering which trash can your

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Work Outfit of the Week. 1.

It’s a new year, start dressing like it. Today is the beginning of a new series. To call it “Work Outfit of the Week” sounds cliche and somewhat lame but that’s what we’re calling it. This week’s outfit comes all from one great website :

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The Orange Swingline Stapler

So there I was at the CB2 in Soho on a Saturday afternoon when I saw this beauty.  The orange swingline stapler. You may think, oh yeah I’ve seen those. You haven’t. The red swingline stapler (made famous from the movie Office Space) is popular.

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Bubble Wrap Keeps You Warm

Heating bills are expensive! It’s no joke. As much as I love saving energy and hate spending money on utility bills, I always have to crank the heat in the winter. (Except for living in NY because the heat is general free, building controlled, and

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Calendar Time

My co-worker found this great post – Simple Numbers, Complicated Dates -which lists 49 CALENDARS. I won’t make you sit through that. But I will show you some of our favorites. Warning: After reading this post you may feel overly inspired to draw or make